ABSTRACT. Gruben et al. maintain that some financial crises are creatures of bad macroeconomic or fiscal outcomes whose links to risky lending in the traditional sense are tenuous. Kinnunen and Vehviläinen remark that the bank risk-taking suffers from the same econometric problems as exchange rate economics in general. Hänsel and Krahnen suggest that credit securitization goes hand-in-hand with an increase in the risk appetite of the issuing bank. Foster says that the implementation of IAS has many consequences for banks and multinational corporations.



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